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center. she's finishing her bachelor's degree at the university of massachusetts in amherst but she has concerns about the future. >> education is really important, but it's kind of where do you go from here. i feel like it's kind of like hopelessness. >> tom juravich is profferer in massachusetts writing about workers in the american workplace for over 25 years. his most recent book is about the struggling working class. >> we have this notion called the american dream. the dream has been for so many of us, that life would be better for our children. my dad was a factory worker, sent his three kids to state universities. we all went forward never to look back. >> what do you think about the american dream. >> it's a nightmare, a distraction, dream, fantasy. it's not realistic. >> it's not realistic, she says, because jobs are hard to find. good ones, almost impossible. >> we watched our parents get successful jobs. we watched our parents be able to maintain a life in line with the house and picket fence. now it's our time to do this and it's not materializing. the cost of things have r
at massachusetts during its first month, mr. president, i am sure you are aware of this being in new jersey, close to massachusetts, only 123 people signed up for coverage. of the 36,002 ultimately signed up in the first year. so let's be clear. we all want, bigger numbers. the affordable care act numbers are four times better than what massachusetts to it in its first month. if you talk to the people of massachusetts, another health care plan. our plan is based upon their plan. by the way, a republican plan. hundreds of thousands started the enrollment process, and i am one of them. i created an account and with a shopping and by my plan. but i am taking my time because i have some time. i will discuss it, decide what is best and sign up i think it was the secretary sibelius' who said this is not like buying a toaster. this is a commitment for a year. you have to take your time. don't come here and tear down the affordable care act without having to put anything in its place in focus on one problem that the president said he is going to fix and we're going to fix. things are going to pick up. i w
is under way this morning this hour for a massachusetts teen accused of killing a teacher, a grand jury indicted 14-year-old philip c s chisholm yesterday. ical lecnn has been covering th story from the beginning and pamela brown is covering the case. >> you're right christine and john. i was in danvers right after this teacher was murdered and it really stunned the community and now we're learning more horrific details in the story. we have obtained the murder indictment, we obtained that yesterday for 14-year-old philip chisholm. he'll be tried as an adult in superior court for that charge and we're also learning he faces two additional charges for aggravated rape and armed robbery. as of now he's charged as a youthful offender for those. the armed robbery indictment alleges that chisholm armed with a box cutter robbed her of her credit cards, cash and underwear. he sexually assaulted her with an object, this is new information we're learning and this story from the beginning has been so devastating, so horrific, and it's just -- >> it's a teacher that everyone really loved and a com
to the first weeks of romney care in massachusetts. >> reporter: now we know the federal healthcare website healthcare.gov . is sick, we know that. we've been reporting that for weeks. now let's go back to when it was launched. we're now getting an indication of how sick it actually was when it was first launched. this site is responsible for attracting people from 36 states to buy healthcare under the president's new law. at the end of the first day just six people we are now told had signed up for health air. just six. at the end of the afternoon on the second day which was october 2nd that number had risen to 100, and only 248 people had signed up by the end of the second day. this, according to the house of oversight of government reform committee who just released these figures. this is bad news for the government because they said b by 2014 they reckon to have 7 million people signed up. clearly there is a long way to go. there is precedence for this. do you remember mitt romney who ran against the president in 2012, well, romney cares will had a weak start. only 123 people had signed
the fox news deck. >> watching three developing stories right now. first, massachusetts, four people found dead in one home two adults and two little kids. we're expecting new information in a news conference from police at any minute. we'll have it for you. george zimmerman arrested again. there's the new mug shot. we're waiting for the 9-1-1 call. >>> and a live look at a scene in toronto, where -- well, it will be, anyway -- where the city council is moving to strip the crack-smoking mayor of more of his power. >>> his fox news interview. >> i admitted to using illegal drugs in the last year. okay. i've admitted to drinking too much. okay. >> and there's much more to come from north america's mayor. so let's get too -- let's get to it. >> first from the news deck at 3:00 in new york city, hundreds of families are searching through piles of debris to find what remains of their homes and their lives. weather officials say more than 40 twisters tore across a wide stretch of the midwest over the weekend, bulldozing house after house, and littering entire town with debris. most people scramm
in line two. no public school in 18th century boston admitted girls. beginning in 1701, massachusetts required for a messiah to teach boys to read and to write and girls to read. girls were not commonly taught to write in 18th century. they were taught inside to stitch. three in five women could not even find their names. many think about going to sign your name is not indication of literacy. it's a mechanical act. most of those who could sign their names could not actually write. the boston newspaper printed a dialogue between a tradesmen and his wife about the education of their daughter that gives you a glimpse of the 18th century ideas about women. the mother wishes to send her daughter to school. letter first fail to reach out during the bible that she may have mispronounced god people for constantinople. maker expert in radiator. the cosmic keeper and teacher was useful to boil and mixed the pudding, tonight, spin, so, to earn and to spend. i'll have her bread to book early, cookery. this is jane franklin's education. needle and thread. she cut her way to the candles, the worker
, massachusetts. theoretically, it is a great idea that people should talk politics all the time. the problem is that the nation is divided. they cannot have civil discourse. some programs on c- span, national security issues, people discussing this pointed out that our politicians are unable to discuss certain issues, so how to use -- how do you expect civilians to do so? host: have you have holidays ruined because of political discussions? caller: they can just add to the fuel. roy, from is massachusetts. page, on our facebook most of them saying no. 63 are saying thanksgiving is not time to talk politics. one of the ways you can talk to us about if thanksgiving is a time to talk about politics and how that goes for you, @cspanwj is our twitter address, facebook.com/cspan is our facebook page and journal@c- span.org is our e-mail. taylor, elkton, maryland, democrats line. taylor? caller: good morning. i think it is a great time. one of the things i am most thankful for is growing up with a republican mother and a democrat father. every meal is a political -- meal with is a discussions about
there is no way obamacare would have ever passed. massachusetts might like their health care plan but all of the polls show it and president obama not only his approval rating personally but politically as well has gone down as a result of the rollout. >> the polls show they like the shutdown even less. we will be sitting here and i promise you it is going to cost republicans in the midterm. martha: we will bring you back and find out. what does the president do now, what does he say, that continues to be asked this morning. always good to see you. bill: can a 6'5", 320-pound professional football player be bullied? why did miami dolphins player say he walked away from his team and the other player on that team now suspended indefinitely? martha: investigation into benghazi now goes to the next level. one senator issuing a bold threat the white house unless congress get some answers finally. >> the fact is we have four dead americans because of a protest or because of guys out for a while decided to kill some americans? what difference at this point does it make? (dad) just feather it out
, massachusetts, for democrats. you are on with trita parsi. i agree with the caller earlier who was saying why is netanyahu screaming about orion -- iran having nuclear weapons? for them to have that to have energy throughout their country and it creates jobs for their country. think we need to put israel in check. it seems like they are trying to take focus off of what they are doing in their country. they are taking all of the land andans' dividing that country. -- he feels pity because they are treating me palestinian people the same way at germany treated the israeli people. host: do think that is a fair assessment? guest: i would say that because the iranians are -- of the mpt. the and national -- the international community is -- i don'tthe fact think they need a nuclear weapons. nuclear and causes a nuclear domino effect in the middle east, then you have other countries starting nuclear weapons programs. that would eliminate a conventional superiority that iran has. it would eight p.m. -- it would -- mistake for them to host: an e-mail that we received on the subject. in what hetes doe
. >>> it's the drug scandal that rocked the massachusetts justice system. a chemist mishandled sensitive evidence that was affecting thousands of state criminal cases going back a decade. we'll have that next number hey, i notice your car yeah. it's in the shop. it's going to cost me an arm and a leg. you shoulda taken it to midas. they tell you what stuff needs fixing, and what stuff can wait. high-five! arg! brakes, tires, oil, everything. (whistling) you really love, what would you do?" ♪ [ woman ] i'd be a writer. [ man ] i'd be a baker. [ woman ] i wanna be a pie maker. [ man ] i wanna be a pilot. [ woman ] i'd be an architect. what if i told you someone could pay you and what if that person were you? ♪ when you think about it, isn't that what retirement should be, paying ourselves to do what we love? ♪ >>> if you haven't heard this story, it is staggering in what the impact what may be. a former mches state chemist is on her way to prison for faking test results. she pleaded guilty to 27 counts yesterday including tampering with evidence, perjury, obstruction of justice and f
. >>> the massachusetts high school student accused of killing his math teamer has been indated. prosecutors charged 14-year-old phillip chisliip chism. he stole her credit cards, underwear, and phone. ke had previously pleaded not guilty to murder charges. >>> kennedy cousin skakel woke up a free man for the first time in 11 years. he faces a possible retrial in the 1975 murder of his neighbor martha moxley. last month the judge ruled he was not properly represented in his original trial. >>> and overseas, a man and a woman who were arrested on charges who held three women as virtual slaves for decades are free on bail. the women were rescued from a house in london and are said to be doing remarkably well under the circumstances. mark phillips reports. >> reporter: police said they moved in on a house in london after they discovered a tip that three women had been held there against their will for 30 years. a woman's protection charity arranged for the escape and the police arrested an m and a woman both in their 60s. the trapped women had apparently been allowed out occasionally but only under strict
in massachusetts where whittier was from. i had whittier rammed down my throat and didn't like him much. when the library of america called me to do the book on whittier, i thought, all right. i reread him and he was marvelous. i was too young for him. besides being a good poet. he was a wonderful man in many ways and was a long time abolitionist. he was more than antislavery. he wanted slavery enended. he didn't the president in a gradual way. i was interested in literary figures whom we know as literary fill your and their history. >> we come to history from a similar literary place. my graduate degree is in american literature, and i live on man tuck et largely because i like mobby dick. [laughter] and he does. >> i wrote a little book about that. and -- >> i'm a fan. and -- like wise. continuing and i was actually named for nathaniel haw thorn. wasn't it said that his biography of franklin piers was the greatest work of fiction he had ever written. >> yeah, it was said that. and he dedicated. when he dedicated a book to franklin piers. raffle -- ralph waldo emmerson took it out. he wrote
has also taught at schools in massachusetts. >>> one of the notorious gangs of violence is dealt a crippling blow. members and associates of the black guerrilla family gang. derek valcourt with more on this major bust. derek? >> reporter: 48 people in all. most of them have been arrested. some of them are still on the run. police say they are responsible for years of bloody violence and drug trafficking. >> reporter: for the first time, dozens are suspected of black guerrilla gang members. police say they were in the green mount neighborhood. and this morning, police and federal atf agents swept through that area, arresting dozens of suspected members of that gang. >> they are responsible for the vast majority of the violence, the death, the destruction that's happening in our communities. for us, within our organizations, they are our target. this is where we start to stablize them. this is where we start cutting the head off of that organized group and bringing them to justice. >> reporter: investigators connected the gang and its associates to at least 13 murders and 12 nonfat
in massachusetts with fewer website problem. >> they need 7 million people signed up by the spring. president obama today was saying that he did not think that this would happen with individuals kicked off their plan. he knew some plans wouldn't meet standard but go on obama care and find better deals. if you look at what was in the federal register, if you look at president obama's own comments from the health care forumhe kn lose coverage, whether they liked it or not. can you explain, as an architect of a similar plan and somebody who helped write the affordable care act, what was supposed to happen with those 7 to 9 million americans who were going to be kicked off the plan whether or not they liked it or not? >> first of all the number's like 6 million. millions of people whose plans wouldn't qualify. the idea is if they were low income they'd be able to go into the exchange and get tax credits and they will once the website is working and they can see that. the concern people have losing plans would be offset by seeing beneficial tax credits they'd get. some people who had substandard plans w
america just twenty. he is off the pilgrims arrived in massachusetts from england just eleven copies remain of the rest of the songs and it was the first concrete feel that this aisle since nineteen forty seven which also achieved a record auction price for that the north korean supreme leader was seen on wednesday taking a stroll through hong kong's busy shopping district before posing in front of a fuel a treat in shops or was he. if you think this man looks like kim jong hoon you're right you guys but it's not the young dictator it's a man who calls himself the world's first kim jong hoon impersonator. let's take a look at north korea's real supreme leader. you can see the real him don't you. it's sobering to think im getting back to. and here in hong kong is our thirty five year old musician who dressed up as kim is an april fool's joke but after videos of him went viral on the internet so we decided to bring a little comic relief to the city streets. while the people attending bailout thing i can make people happy. something that's so depressing. but yea it's that it's funnier.
to massachusetts, and back to massachusetts, and becomes governor becomes governor of the of the commonwealth. commonwealth. meantime it the republicans meantime it the republicans defined him negatively, and defined him negatively, and create the willie horton adds by create the willie horton adds by the campaign and independent. the campaign and independent. crime. crime. >> but there's three other >> but there's three other things. things. steve sims suggest that kitty steve sims suggest that kitty dukakis as involved in a flag dukakis as involved in a flag burning. burning. ronald reagan quips he's not ronald reagan quips he's not going to pick on an going to pick on an invalid when invalid when it was ask whether dukakis was it was ask whether dukakis was treated for treated for depression. depression. dukakis veetos a pledge of dukakis veetos a pledge of alliance law. alliance law. >> and he didn't react >> and he didn't react passionately to a question of passionately to a question of what he would do if his wife was what he would do if his wife was attacked? attacked? >> that was octo
at his son's same sex wedding in massachusetts. the fellow on left could choose to tea frock him as a minister or choose to do nothing. the church's teeings on homosexuality are discriminatory. the prosecut prosecutors got a y against james hole holmes. >> the prosecution can use ed that they found right there in his amount including the home-made bombs and a calendar with the shootings highlighted. the apartment search was illegal because it began before the police obtained a warm. holmes faces charges for the july 2012 attack that killed 12 and injured several others in his trial is to begin in february. >> today a russian court granded bail for two green peace activists. despite the water cannons and everything else being poured on them they tried to scale an offshore oil rig which is crucial. each member you see them appearing in court if convicted face up to seven years in a russian jail. several western leaders and paul mccartney have asked russian leaders to release these activists. >> finally you stay classy emerson college. emerson anew jerseyed it will host after will f
in massachusetts that was pretty successful in the end. what do you make on what is going on? you express the situation on health care, what do you make on this? particularly the president's position? >> you know, he put himself in a very sticky place, you either have to think he was not telling the truth or is grossly incompetent. either one of the choices is not a good choice. >> which side are you leaning towards? >> i think a little bit of both? >> do you think he lied? >> i don't think he was telling the truth. >> it is the same thing, isn't it? >> yeah, i know, it is harsh for me to say that. i think mitt said on the cbs morning show, the wrinkles will eventually get worked out one way or the other. but the basic credibility of the president is at jeopardy. >> we'll take a short break, when i come back i have this to surprise you with, this is a marshmallow and peanut butter sandwich. what is this called? >> a fluffer nutter -- >> i have never had a fluffer nutter in my life. but after the break, we'll discuss the romney family table and a bit more politics. this looks great. cg/ú
in the killing of a popular massachusetts math teacher. colleen was found dead outside her school in october. alexander field has the latest on the investigation. >> reporter: the details are disturbing according to a search warrant affidavit. it shows her 14-year-old student following her into the bathroom, donning gloves and a sweatshirt with a hood up. he's seen walking in and out of the bathroom several times. 30 minutes later, he wore a black face mask. her body was found in the woods next to a handwritten note saying i hate you all. ritzer had been raped with an object. according to the affidavit, when he was picked up, he was found with a bloodstained box cutter, a pair of her underwear and credit cards. he was visibly upset the day before during a conversation where she started talking about tennessee, a place he used to live with his parents before they split. it was a stressf fuful divorce. no motive was mentioned. >> we are devastated and heart broken by the details of the circumstancings surrounding the death of our beautiful daughter and sister. he's charged with murder and will
, massachusetts. patriots taking on the broncos. that is tom brady versus peyton manning, if you didn't know. cnn's rachel nichols is inside gillette stadium. rachel, why don't you just explain to us, why is this game so important? >> reporter: yeah. a rivalry between quarter backs in the nfl that we haven't seen for a long time. you have the most popular position with the most popular game in the country. and the history is so graed. tonight is the 14th time they are meeting. for even people just casual fans, it is still fun to watch. you see a lot of athletic pyrotechnics. but they are both also canny strategists. so it becomes an incredible chess game with them both sending out their minions in all directions and it's fun to see that unfold throughout the night. so far tom brady has 9-4 advantage on peyton manning in these match-ups. and manning is the first one to tell you just how good brady is. take a listen. >> i think it is pretty well documented, my respect for tom, as a quarterback. the way he prepares. just the way he's better kind of each season than he was the year before. >> he is a
. and northeast we have the winter storm warnings as well as watches in effect over towards parts of massachusetts and cape cod. we're looking at windy conditions there. as we go to the next couple of days we're looking at a lot of rain, unfortunately, up and down the eastern seaboard. we're seeing anywhere between two to four inches of rain, and in some parts that will affect the major airports boston, laguardia, newark, down the atlanta. the snow will go all the way down to parts of pittsburgh. we'll keep you informed on this throughout the evening. >> thank you. president obama is calling on house republicans to stop standing in the way of immigration reform. he told a san francisco audience that the reform measure approved in the senate would strengthen boarders and offer path to citizenship. >> republicans say they're hesitant to do it in one large piece. it's thanksgiving, we'll carve that bird in all different pieces. we'll start working on the core valley that everyone has been talking about so long. nobody is worried about the procedure. they just want the respect. >> moments later the pr
, for our viewers in rhode island, i was looking this up, maine and massachusetts, it's illegal to open for big stores on thanksgiving. >> what you think? >> i think -- well, you know, i -- i've stopped enjoying full stop whether it's thanksgiving or not. quite frankly, i'm happy that a store's closed. it's good to take a breath, spend time with loved ones. >> for the family. >> but you have the economy, the u.s. economy, very reliant on consumer spending. >> i will not go near a mall on a normal day. >> i've joined that club, too. there you have it. >> too much. hopefully you've been able to visit with family, little hassle as possible. winter weather preview that blasted across the country this week, certainly slowed travel down a bit. but thank goodness did not bring it to a grinding halt. >> looked like they managed to get where they needed to go, in most places. snow in michigan, western new york, pennsylvania, there was rain in atlanta, windy conditions along the east coast. they did contribute to the traffic mess. it's the coldest it's been in 100 years in atlanta on thanksgiving
and the other is part of the fourth massachusetts regiment. that in theng shadows of world war ii, and and the dawn of the cold war, when some at home hoped the united states would turn inward, churchill looked outward again and across the atlantic. he traveled to the heartland of our country to a tiny college in fulton, missouri and he spoke of america's awe-inspiring accountability to the future. with so many challenges, all across the world today, struggles to be one, pandemics to be defeated, history yet to be defined, churchill can be heard once again at this dust -- with this bust for all of us to define our time in a manner befitting of a country that still stands, as he said then, at the pinnacle of power. that went essential british subject and statesman upon whom president kennedy, as we learned from the speaker, conferred american citizenship, help define the relationship, the special relationship between the united states and the united kingdom. more than that, he understood that even the greatest patriots are not just citizens of their own countries but citizens of th
.5 million syrians are homeless and that is the population of massachusetts. 2 million people fled syria. 4.5 more are internally displaced. let's go to al jazeera's phil who is in geneva where the arab league is meeting with senior diplomates in a new bid to start talks on syria and good morning and it has been a struggle to shore up support for talks, has there been any progress today? >> there certainly is progress in the sense that all the international players who have a say in what happens in syria have met or are meeting here today. notably the u.s. is here and under secretary of state wendy sherman representing the u.s. and the russians and the russians and americans brokered the important deal in october that took the world back from the brink of war in syria and we are learning some of the members of the permanent u.n. security council are here and would include the chinese and germans and several others and we do hope or at least we are hearing from brahimi in his office there will be a joint meeting later in the day and brahimi said he is actually hopeful that talks today will r
-old massachusetts boy faces charges in the rape and murder of his teacher, an undietment indictment said he had a box cutter and accused of stealing the victim's underwear, credit card and iphone. a person indicted for murder is free for now and released thursday on bond and bail was $1.2 million. he served 11 years in prison since being found guilty in the death of martha moxly and the judge said he is entitled to a new trial saying his attorney did not adequately represent him. alabama granted pardums and the tri were accused of a rape in 1931 and some were dropped in 1937 and another one in 136 was pardoned and helped to launch the civil rights movement. in november 1963 john f. kennedy was shot and rushed to the hospital. it's an amount that dallas surgeons have never forgotten and al jazeera heidi joins us from dallas where she spoke with the doctors who tried to save the fatally wounded president. good morning to you heidi. >> good morning, tom. we are here and to the right is the grassy knoll where 50 years ago today the sniper lee harvey oswald shot john f. kennedy and that was five dec
in massachusetts and are not fun at all. but i've written two books now about the words called "alphabetter juice" and "the joy of text." i was reading a textbook of linguistics and the connection between words and meaning as arbitrary. which doesn't make any sense to me. that would mean that splurge and spit could mean the same thing. and i think that words have a lot to do -- not all, but the best words have to do with this. giving an example, how they move through your body. it has rss [bleep], so that is because there was a python body behind him. and so, okay. so it came from from the latin word to urinate. that is the literary latin word in the street latin use a different form, which is how we got our work. the etymologist went on to say that obviously this captures the sound and i said, this is my kind of work. first welcome all the best words come from the street and then they also sound like this. but then it hit me that this doesn't sound like that. it actually starts out and then it becomes a very bodily world. but that is technically more fun to read about than to talk about. so goin
being a part of the administration. i couldn't. i was writing my book, living in massachusetts. it was more to stay friendship with the speechwriters. and a friendship with president obama. >> what should the public know about historians' relationships with presidents? >> i am not sure i feel able to write about a koran president. i like the distance -- current president. i like the distance. the only one i ever knew that i wrote about was lyndon johnson. it presented all these turbulent problems because i knew the guy. i certainly couldn't have done it until after he died. ever since that, it started everything. i wouldn't be a presidential historian without that wonderful character. nonetheless, i feel more writing from the treasures and diaries back 100 years ago. kennedy, a historian from stamford says, it was almost as if he was writing his own history book about himself. >> i think he thinks about that. these presidents inevitably do now. as soon as they get into office, and people are talking about, where is he going to rank? they start thinking that way. he especially h
settles into her role as ambassador in japan, to his great nephew and massachusetts newest congressman, joe kennedy, to the school of public service that bears the public name and teaches young leaders how they may one day pass the torch to a new generation. his is a legacy of a man who could have retreated to a life of luxury and ease, but who chose to live a life in the arena, sailing sometimes against the wind, sometimes with it. that is why 50 years later, john f. kennedy stands for posterity as he did in life -- young and bold, daring. and he stays with us in our imagination not because he left us too soon, but because he embodied the character of the people he led. resilient, resolute, fearless, and fun-loving, defiant in the face of impossible odds, and determined to make the world a good one, not settling for what is rather what might be. in his idealism, his sober, square jawed idealism, we are reminded that the power to change this country is ours. this afternoon, michelle and i were joined by president clinton and secretary clinton to pay tribute to that proud legacy. we had
. time now is 421. more details may be released in court and the death of a popular massachusetts teacher who police say was killed by one of her students. various media organize it should have asked the judge to search warrants and other documents in the case of 14 year-old phillip chisholm. --chism. some of those documents are expected to be made public today. chism has been held without bail since shortly after the october 27th slaying of 24 year-old colleen ritzer, whose body was found behind danvers high-school. he was indicted thursday on charges of murder, aggravated sexual assault and armed robbery. authorities say he sexually assaulted reserve--ritzer with an object before killing and robbing her. >>james: officials said they are calling off the search for two passengers missing after a jet crash and off the coast of florida. officials found two of the plane's four passengers shortly after the crash that happened tuesday night. just before the crash the pilot sent out a distress call over ended in failure. he tried to fly back to the airport and crashed about 4 mi. from fort laud
in massachusetts as a controlled substance, so it appears to me that even she may have had some issues. i don't want to go to the point of saying an addiction but she certainly indicated by the drugs that she was taking with her on trips that she had quite an array of medicatiomedicatio ns. sometimes perhaps even what people do today they end up taking medications for the symptoms that are caused by the other medications that they are taking. i don't want to say that she contributed to the addiction problems but it could be some sort of -- some sort of genetic issue within the family that rose may have had as well. >> host: there on the dark side of camelot here for a minute. what about chappaquiddick and her reaction to that and how she handled back? >> guest: again she doesn't have -- a lot of her personal papers but she does write to people about it at the time and is has a little bit of a journal about it
with nbc's meet the press. today's guests include former massachusetts governor bob mckim mitt romney and the current governor deval patrick. white house adviser dan pfeiffer and republican senator rand paul. the 2 p.m. it is fox news sunday, guests include dr. ezekiel emanuel. an architect of the affordable care act. seniormes cupp reddick, fellow at the ethics and public policy center along with republican senator lindsey graham of south carolina. cnn's state of the union follows at 3 p.m., candy crowley sits down with new hampshire republican senator kelly ayotte. also former house speaker newt gingrich. at four, his face and nation from cbs. host bob schieffer welcomes intelligence committee chairman democratic senator dianne feinstein and house intelligence committee chair republican congressman mike rogers. also michael hayden, his former head of the national security agency and the cia. sunday night were tv talk shows on c-span radio. it brought tears of public service by c-span. abc this week, 2 p.m. fox news sunday. 3 p.m. the state of union and at 4 p.m. eastern time facing
of legislation. >> its modeled after romney's bill in massachusetts. that's the truth. it really is a moderate republican bill which is market based. i think in the long run it can work. there are other countries that do health insurance in the private-sector, switzerland, for example. the netherlands. massachusetts. but the bill is complicated and it's unnecessarily complicated but in its fundamental conception it can work. it will work. >> very good. coming up on "morning joe" we'll be talking about a lot more. we have san antonio mayor, fannie mae and freddie mac, david gregory, geoffrey rush. as great as that is compares with the press conference yesterday in toronto where the mayor gave his own version of i am not a crook. we're going play you what we can and we're going to bleep out the rest. first here's bill karins with the fix. >> unfortunately some people won't like their weekend forecast. things are going to get dicey in the middle of the country. chances of tornadoes. first thing this morning we have some rain to talk about coming through arkansas up through memphis. not a lot of t
the massachusetts program on which this was built which enrolled 123 people in its first month, about which all the same stuff, you know the employers will all drop, the ploy i don't see won't take it. the people will just pay the fine, it won't get to you. all of those things were said. every one of them by many of the same economists and massachusetts is basically working pretty well. we had an expansion to a prescription drug entitlement under president bush t. computers the donut. then it was a different argument. then it was republicans don't like new programs, so they don't make it work. that's why it's failing. it's a bit different as an argument. it was the same thing, growing pains. then it worked. i promise if you go back to when it was enstalled, you will find that there weren't any computers, but, you know, are they going to get the pastal system working? are they going to get the files created and keep track of people's payrolls? that doesn't mean this isn't jer e serious. but my bet is that this is not going to be a history books, 25 years from now t. fact that america joined the
or massachusetts. we knew that historically numbers are often low. even when things are going well. and because people are checking out their options. so for example, in massachusetts, we know that in the month, the first month of enrollment there, only just about 100 people enrolled in coverage, which was.3% of the total people that ended up enrolling. again, i think it's important to remember. we are early on in the process. that's why our get covered america campaign has been out there educating, even when there have been these issues. but i do think we should all feel some urgency recognizing the next four months will be more important than ever and to be out there educating consumers can what's available to them. >> i want to get to good news theer relative to the 14 state market plays. "the washington post" is reporting there's been a november surge there with enrollment nearly doubling since last month. what are they doing right to get that pace? >> well, look, i think it's no surprise that in the state that are implementing their own marketplaces, things are going pretty well. that's ho
service he taught 30 years at the university of massachusetts and welcomed here today. please proceed. >> thank you. in the draft report stemming the tried strategy to reduce the growth that cut the cost of federal prison system. and it observes this growth come at -- i agree more with the report. we need consider in order make good decision and as a result may offer cost shifting and that true cost savings. the more comprehensive view of the problem we face would cast the issue differently. we need to reduce not the cost of incarceration or indeed the criminal justice system. but rather the total associate cost of crime including not only expenditure on public safety but the cost of victimization, tangible and intangible to the public. as we seek to do this, the allocation of funds among component of the criminal just i system could be guided by the demonstrated effectivenesses in reducing crime. not the absolute or relative size compared to other component of the criminal justice system. just how large and costly is the prison population? according to the bureau of u.s. bureau -- th
the last moment or two of this and take you live to elizabeth warren, the senator from massachusetts, speaking at the u.s. capitol in the russell senate office building. she's speaking to a group called the persons for financial reform and the roosevelt institute, it's just getting underway live here on c-span2. >> we fought shoulder to shoulder throughout the dodd-frank effort and after that in the regulatory efforts and continue that battle today. so i want to start this by saying a very big thank you to americans for financial reform and to the roosevelt institute for inviting me to speak here today. i've been working very closely with afr and with roosevelt, and i am delighted to be here. you know, it has been five years since the financial crisis, but we all remember its darkest days. credit dried up, the stock market crashed, historic institutions like lehman brothers and merrill lynch or were wiped out. there were legitimate fears that our economy was tumbling over a cliff, be and we were heading into another great depression. we averted that grim outcome, but the damage was s
weeks. >>> finally on the field, a wild game last night in foxboro, massachusetts. they had a 24-0 halftime lead but brady brought them back and they scored four straight touchdowns to take the lead. >> just when it sooim seemed like the game may nend a tie. the patriots recovered. few plays later, new england sealed an unlikely win with a field goal. new england wins 34-31. >> that's a heck of a game. >> yeah. kind of a football day in my house. >> you are saying your husband was not pleased with the effort from the new york jets. >> no. when i say it was a football day, that means i left the house. go have some fun. not that football isn't fun. >> i don't think he had much fun watching that game. >> no. hard to be a jets fan. >> yeah, it is. the strategy behind the huge discounts before friday. we will be in the buying mood. >>> ahead, making a visual statement to protect a 6-year-old from bullies. this is kind of school camaraderie you have to see. >>> speaking of individual statements, what was miley cyrus thinking last night when she took the stage and performed in front of
will move on to the next call. this is richard in massachusetts. >> hi, i am like you and i need my daily dose of amy's show and i brought your book in cambridge when she interviewed you. my question is three days after 9-11, the congress minus congressman lee, was the only authorization of the use of military force was passed. and bush and obama have used the authorization to do anything they want in the middle east with drones or whatever. my question is do you think that the neo conservatives and liberals will resend that law? can you believe we will have troops in afghanistan until 2024. >> there is a lot there. i think the original authorization was a disaster piece passed because of fear. i tell young people to be watch barbara's speech. imagine being the only decenter in congress on that vote days after the 9-11 attacks took place. there is discussion about repealing or modifying the authorization for the use of military force, but at the end of the day, under the article two of the constitution, the american has the right to control foreign policy. democrats and republicans alike
in bridge wather, massachusetts, rallied arn one of their own who was being bullied and showed what they and we all could be made of. >> well put. >> reporter: his spirit is infectio infectious. his voice, giant. >> who are we? >> reporter: and he's the most dapper kind ergartener you have ever seen. he rights up every room he's in. and the sidelines. he is the manager for the football team. he was born with a speech disorder. recently at school, kidding were teasing him. his teammates heard. they reacted. >> we didn't want him to get picked on. maybe if we all wore suits they would stop picking on him. >> reporter: 45 boys, all dressed in suits and ties. all rallying around danny. brothers to the last. >> we heard that danny was getting picked on. we thought we would all have a day to dress up like danny. and we thought we would sponsor danny. to um -- show danny that we love him. and -- that we love him very much. >> everybody's cheering him on. and when he's -- everybody loves him. >> reporter: and danny was asked if it was a great day for him. >> yeah. >> reporter: and his paren
or something. you're really smart from massachusetts. i've seen it -- >> right. i have competition. i have competition in the senate. >> that could never happen. >> i won't run against elizabeth warren. are you crazy? >> so then you -- then you have time to take up golf. all right, thank you. >> yeah, right. >> see you later. >>> coming up, we'll talk about gauging the consumer. walmart out with quarterly results. we'll do a channel check with dana tellsly next, and find out what she's seeing. and from playing cards to fishing rods, household appliances, somebody has one of the brands in their house. we'll talk to the chairman of jarden. your flat rate shipping. fedex one rate. really makes my life easier. maybe a promotion is in order. good news. i got a new title. and a raise? management couldn't make that happen. [ male announcer ] introducing fedex one rate. simple, flat rate shipping with the reliability of fedex. [ laughter ] ♪ [ female announcer ] each one of us is our own boss. ♪ and no matter where you are in life, ask your financial professional how lincoln financial can help
in massachusetts you saw small numbers. you have a lot of time until the deadline. i wonder if we're like -- is this negative momentum we're seeing here. >> you've been around politics in your life, mr. cuomo. the facts or being prepared sometimes don't make sense. the republicans know the 10, 12, 15, senate democrats are in tough races. they are not only waging a national argument but pouring resources into those specific ads to drive to drive the unpopularity of the program up even more, blame the specific democratic senators, senator landrieu of louisiana is partly responsible. senator shaheen of new hampshire is causing this problem with the president. they're looking for the biggest political opening to keep the pressure on the administration from within his own party. it's part of politics. welcome to the beast. >> you're hearing more and more democrats even talking about delaying the deadline. do you think the administration will go along with it? >> we're not at the tip of it but we might get dangerously close. what the administration has said we'll try to do everything we can adm
of these flood-risk projects by mid 2015. of the identified continuing projects, massachusetts, connecticut, new york, new jersey delaware, areland, and virginia currently scheduled to receive beach erosion and coastal storm damage risk reduction projects. and we expect 70% of this work by 2016.pleted there will always be residual ink for americans who live coastal regions. expected changes in sea level otherextreme weather, and impacts are likely to increase the risks fating these areas. -- facing these areas. together with noah and fema, the corps of engineers developed a helpevel rise tool to communities anticipate the influence of sea level rise. will use base flood elevation maps from fema, the coastal of noaah.pabilities and a sea level rise calculator engineers.rps of this tool yesterday was recognized by the president and awarded the green government climate change champion award. ourhe collaboration between agencies as a result of sandy has already produced a future-looking sustainability and tool that we can all use throughout the federal government. in addition, noaah and the corps of
was here to see them. seshe and the senator from massachusetts and i all were at the hearing this morning where the head of the center for medicaid and medicare services talked about the health care law. i thought the senator from alaska was especially cogent in pointing out the difficulties and the differences between those who live in alaska and their inability to connect to the services in the new health care law. if i remember correctly, she said only three have been able to enroll, and she pointed out the differences in time. i'd like to spend a few minutes reflecting on what happened this morning and what i said to the administration's witness. i began by telling her a story, a story about 16,000 tennesseans who have insurance through something called cover tennessee, a low-cost coverage state program. obamacare is canceling their policies, those 16,000 policies. cover tennessee apparently is an example of what the president has called "bad apples," an insurance plan that washington has decided isn't good enough for you. i recently heard from one of those tennesseans whose policy wi
's different. i don't know the answer there, though. >> massachusetts was slow to start, she, by the way, no doubt the most powerful woman in the world, i think. >> i think you may be right. >> i was going to say merkel or potentially soon to be yellen. >> no. she's been commenting on people. but i still think valerie is above merkel. how many people do they have in germany? this woman is powerful. anyway, this is a weird one. if there's one thing about medical science, it definitely is an art, not a science. and we don't know what to do a lot of times with cholesterol and heart disease and what helps it and what you need to do. now more people, i guess, could get statins, but other people don't need statins. so there are some new clinical guidelines being hailed as the biggest shift in cardiovascular disease prevention. the change could more than double the number of people who qualified for these cholesterol cutting drugs, the biggest selling drugs like lipitor. more could qualify, but a new guideline, the panel recommends abandoning the guidance, that you need a number, like below 100
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